Thursday, March 30, 2017

Old Mill Restaurant - Pigeon Forge

Sunset View of The Old Mill
Anchoring the Old Mill District in historic downtown Pigeon Forge is the Old Mill Restaurant and General Store. Many other craft stores and sidewalk cafes line the streets in the area that is designed for walking traffic. I toured the grist mill along the Little Pigeon River and found both flour and grits still in production there, meant for use in their restaurant and for sale for visitors to carry back home. Dinner in the Old Mill is like going back in time with the old-time wood and nostalgic decorum. My plate overflowed with mountain trout, sweet potato, green beans and Gulf shrimp. But I am so very glad that I tried their pecan pie with ice cream too. With no grits offered on their dinner menu, my next visit to the Old Mill will surely be for breakfast!

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Gulf shrimp and Mountain trout Combo!

Friendly, family-style dining at Old Mill

Corn Meal bagged up and ready to go

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